Touted as one of the best Spanish rock albums of all time and drawing comparisons to David Bowie's Ziggy Stardust, Grammy-winning Puerto Rican singer-songwriter Draco Rosa's iconic second album Vagabundo receives its first vinyl pressing 22 years after its original release. Boasting a fresh remastering by the great Bob Ludwig, the dark and atmospheric psychedelic rock opera is adorned with new artwork and includes two previously unreleased archive recordings ("Mother Earth 22" and "Vertigo 22"). "Vagabundo is a record that when we released it for the first time, it was rejected and 22 years later, it is now rated as one of the most important albums in Spanish, it is simply incredible," Rosa says. "For a long time I wanted to remaster the "Vagabond" vinyl. Now that we have found a great new relationship with Sony, we feel that this is the right time."